[License-discuss] [Non-DoD Source] Re: U.S. Army Research Laboratory Open Source License (ARL OSL) 0.4.0
Karan, Cem F CIV USARMY RDECOM ARL (US)
cem.f.karan.civ at mail.mil
Fri Jul 29 17:55:50 UTC 2016
I've talked with the lawyer in the ARL legal office. He says he is in contact with people up and down the chain of command, so that should be taken care of.
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> Has this been reviewed by the ARL Office of Chief Counsel? I know the army has an intellectual property counsel as part of the
> JAG/USALSA out at Ft. Belvoir.
> You also have a tech transfer office at ARL that handles Patent License Agreements for ARL under 15 USC 3710a who would probably
> want to have input on any ARL open source agreement that includes patent grants.
> There are likely a lot of regulations and policy (DoD and Army) you need to be aware of before attempting to submit an ARL branded open
> source license. ARL may or may not be able to do so without permission from RDECOMŠwho may elect to punt the issue up to JALS-IP as
> the IP issue you are trying to solve does not appear to be trivial and is a USG/DoD/Army wide issue.
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